The Call of Duty World League has announced the four fan-voted players from Division A that will participate in the CWL Anaheim All-Star Game.
Set to take place at the $200,000 CWL Anaheim Open, the All-Star game will feature four players from Division A going up against four from Division B in a friendly competition which will benefit the Call of Duty Endowment – an organization which focuses on assisting veterans to find careers.
Players are only eligible to participate in the match if they are on one of the top-four teams in their respective Division, and are voted in by fans and community members based on their performance at the Pro League.
The All-Star Game will utilize a ‘Pro Mod’ format in Search and Destroy, meaning that a team of four will require at least one assault rifle, one sub-machine gun, and one sniper rifle
On May 30th, it was announced that Patrick ‘ACHES’ Price of Evil Geniuses, Martin ‘Chino’ Chino of Team Envy, Kenny ‘Kenny’ Williams of Team Kaliber, and Matthew ‘Skrapz’ Marshall of Red Reserve will represent Division A at the All-Star game after receiving the most fan votes, between May 25th and May 28th.
Keep your eyes on the Division B matches in the next two weeks and help decide the four remaining All-Stars! pic.twitter.com/A9zTQOWd48
— Call of Duty esports (@CODWorldLeague) May 30, 2018
As of writing, the All-Star Game is scheduled for the second day of CWL Anaheim, Saturday, June 16th, however, no concrete time has yet to be provided.
Fans and community members will be able to vote for competitors from Division B between June 8th and June 11th following their two-week period at the Pro League.